There are 2 filters for the 3 point hydraulics on your tractor. The one on the pickup side is a screen that is meant to be cleaned and re-used. The one on the return line is a round perforated metal can which is meant to be replaced. Both filters are inside the rear end of tractor. Pull hydraulic top cover to access them. The filters are not likely the cause of your symptoms though, but since you're pulling the top cover to clean/replace the filters anyway, buy a hydraulic lift repair kit, as they're fairly inexpensive and include the o-rings and gaskets necessary to stop leaks in the lift cylinder and valves, which sounds like your problem. Hopefully there's nothing worn or scratched up too bad in there that new o-rings can't fix it.
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